COORS bill voted down 10-3 in Colorado ag committee |

COORS bill voted down 10-3 in Colorado ag committee

A bill that would have amended the Colorado Food and Drug Act to require Colorado retailers to indicate, through a placard on the meat case, the country of origin of beef sold was voted down 10-3 in the Colorado House Agriculture Committee .

The bill, HB18-1043, was introduced by Republican Rep. Kimmi Lewis a cattlewoman from southeastern Colorado.

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